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The Sun Magazine


November 1982


Lightning Brown is a poet, computer programmer and political activist who lives in Chapel Hill, N.C. His reporting appears regularly in the North Carolina Anvil.

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Nyle Frank is a writer and songwriter who lives in Chapel Hill, N.C.

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Howard Jay Rubin is a writer and magician who lives in Durham, N.C.

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Sy Safransky is editor of THE SUN.

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Sparrow “lives in an apartment in New York City with a smoke alarm that beats twice a minute because it needs a new battery. So far Sparrow has refused to replace it.”

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Chuck Taylor is a writer and small press publisher who lives in Austin, Texas. “You miss out on too much life if you give up the darkness,” he writes. “I stopped being a ‘blissee’ and meditating one day in 1975, when my truck ran out of gas in rush-hour traffic. I was relatively uninvolved with that reality plane and just walked away from it, which didn’t make the cops or the people behind me very happy.”

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Thomas Wiloch lives in Westland, Michigan.

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